Noun(1) the ratio of two quantities to be divided(2) the number obtained by division
(1) The aggravation quotient is high, but it's good to know these things are going on.(2) In minutes, his sick printer was back on its feet, gobbling up its usual quotient of ink cartridges.(3) And he confirms that the camp quotient is cranked up to 11.(4) To keep your weight gain at an acceptable level, you may have to reduce your calorie intake a little and make an effort to keep active, but it shouldn't be so difficult to do that it threatens your fun quotient or your sanity.(5) He began his contributions to this topic in 1883 with a paper in which he used the Dirichlet principle to prove that a meromorphic function of two complex variables is a quotient of two entire functions.(6) It's something like their discomfort quotient , or perhaps the way you can see into their grasping for what the right way is to connect with the crowd or a given voter.(7) Equation predicts that the quotient of growth rate and the amount of nitrogen in leaves is constant.(8) When you've read the original and been fascinated with it there is invariably a big drop in the interest quotient when going through the translation.(9) He fulfills the quiet-member-most-likely-to-turn-into-a-wild-man-at-any-moment quotient of the band.(10) Hardly a house hasn't been renovated, the limousine quotient is considerably higher than in Switzerland, not to mention elsewhere in Europe.(11) Why is the quotient of a number divided by zero infinity?(12) Already, the artsy-fartsy quotient at neighborhood restaurants and bars is nearing, ahem, Orange Alert level.(13) the increase in Washington's cynicism quotient(14) Perhaps being bombed at regular intervals throughout the 20th century has given the British a different slant on the entertainment quotient of violence.(15) I figured I'd get the silly quotient in early today, as the rest of the day will be a bit heavy handed.(16) Fortunately, they aren't serious enough to lower the film's broad-based appeal or to diminish its quotient of feel-good moments.
(1) intelligence quotient :: cyniferydd deallusrwydd
(2) respiratory quotient :: cyniferydd anadlol
1. quotient ::
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